Hi, Had a great evening on the Griese with my father who fished the river 40 years ago. Had lots of fish on dries and nymphs. Biggest over 1 pounds. Fantastic to finally fish the river my grandfather and father fished …Read More about 6th July 2019 – Carl Owens : Ballitore Bridge
RIVER GRIESE – Trout and Salmon Anglers Association
The 2023 Annual General Meeting of the RGTSAA will take place on 6th December 2023 at 8pm at The Old Hardware, Narraghmore Co.Kildare.
All welcome, particularly new and old members. Any persons wishing to make nominations for committee roles or any items for the agenda to be sent to email@example.com before 30th November 2023. Look forward to seeing you there.
ANGLERS WISHING TO APPLY FOR MEMBERSHIP FOR THE 2024 SEASON SHOULD CONTINUE TO DO SO USING THE ONLINE APPLICATION WITH CLUBFORCE BY CLICKING THE MEMBERSHIP LINKS.
We will be conducting a survey of the river throughout the 2024 season to identify areas with excess litter, fallen trees or branches, restrictive build up of weed etc and we will notify members of river clean up days in due course.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS OR QUERIES PLEASE CONTACT SEAMUS BUGGLE VIA RIVERGRIESE@GMAIL.COM AND HE WILL RESPOND BACK TO YOU AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE.
The River Griese Trout and Salmon Anglers Association maintains 30 miles of fantastic wild brown trout and salmon fishing, from Colbinstown Bridge in Co. Kildare through the grounds of historic Kilkea Castle and on to the River Barrow.
The small and fast-flowing River Griese enjoys a run of trout up to 1½ pounds, along with salmon parr, fry, and the occasional fully-grown fish. It is rated between 8 and 9 on the Inland Fisheries 1 to 10 scale for number of fish, quality of fish, and water quality.
With annual membership of just €20 per adult and €5 per child, we invite you to come fish with us, and enjoy all this wonderful river has to offer.
Some Fun Facts about Trout & Salmon
Problem - how to 'help' with a scouts camping weekend and get a bit of fishing in at the same time - whilst still keeping one's partner happy? Answer - book a B&B within walking distance of the …Read More about Tim Pullen – 8th June 2019 : Lough Dan, Wicklow Mountains